Veteran Compost

We are a veteran-owned compost facility located on a 30 acre farm in aberdeen, md. we turn food scraps into sustainable soil amendments through composting.

we produce: - compost (bulk and bagged) - worm castings (bulk and bagged) - Square Foot Gardening Mix (bulk and bagged) - compost teabags - compost worms (eisenia fetida) - worm bins

we work everyday to divert organic waste from the landfills and put it back to good use as a compost product. the end result is a valuable soil amendment that has awesome properties that inorganic fertilizers can't match.

we are always happy to share our composting knowledge with others. feel free to contact us if you would like more information on our organic waste collection services or our compost products.

Listing last updated on May 29, 2014

Compost happens!



Schedule and Location:

You can pick up compost and other items at our farm in Aberdeen, MD.

We also have pick-up sites in:
Essington, PA
Kennett Square, PA
Ellicott City, MD
Severna Park, MD
Washington, DC

Please email or call to place your order and schedule a pick-up.

We sell compost, worm castings, compost teabags, compost worms, and worm bins in wholesale quantities. Please email for more information on quantities, prices, and packaging.




Latest Reviews


These are great folks to deal with and the service is hard to beat. I have purchased both some compost as well as red wigglers from these folks and couldn't be happier.


I am starting a combo square foot/lasagna garden this year. I needed some compost to go on top of my shredded cardboard and coconut coir.

I had 4 cubic yards delivered.... [more]


This stuff is by far the best vermicompost ive ever used. With the red worms still in the compost, living and thriving! Best deal ever! Compost with red worms!... [more]

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From Our Blog

Why Composting?

2012-08-10

The question I get asked the most often is "why composting?"  So, I figure I should tackle it in my first blog post.

After 5 years as a Combat Engineer Officer in the Army, I thought it was time for a change.... [more]


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